When Should You Change Your Toothbrush?

As you probably know, brushing your teeth is an extremely important part of your oral hygiene routine. You may have also heard that brushing your teeth can actually help you protect the health of your entire body. If you don’t brush well, you may experience a number of issues--but did you know that if you don’t care for your toothbrush... read more »

What Follows Teeth Whitening

As you probably know, your smile can lead to a great first impression or a disappointing one. For this reason—along with a variety of others—Americans spend millions of dollars every year on teeth whitening. Unfortunately, if you don’t care for your smile well after it is whitened, you could quickly find yourself unhappy with your results again. Luckily, there are... read more »

The Best Time to Brush

Did you know that if you brush your teeth right after you eat, you could actually be damaging your teeth? Typically, people prefer to brush their teeth right after they eat to remove the bacterium that causes bad breath and to remove excess food particles. However, the sugars we eat become acid on our teeth. This is a natural occurrence,... read more »